Let’s Tag 0.2.1

Update: There are now a couple of other ways to get your tag data from vgmdb. You can use CDDB access, which should work with most mp3 tagging apps, or these web source scripts for Mp3tag. Both of these are a much better solution than Let’s Tag.

Introducing Let’s Tag, a utility to assist in tagging game music albums.  Let’s Tag connects to vgmdb.net to download album data and exports it in a format that can be imported into Mp3tag.

Download Let’s Tag 0.2.1:
Installer Package
Zip Package (Fully Portable)
Source Code (Released under GPLv3)

(Download older versions)

Let’s Tag requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. The Installer Package will install this for you if you don’t already have it. If you’re using the Zip Package and need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, you can download it here.

8 thoughts on “Let’s Tag 0.2.1”

  1. Let’s Tag only supports English right now though I may add Japanese in the future. In the meantime, check out this thread about CDDB/freedb access to VGMdb with support for multiple languages.

  2. How about a function that allows switching between different languages of tracklists? I wanted to export tags for an album that had a German tracklist as default, but I wanted the english tracklist to be exported.

  3. Thanks for the suggestion, Nisto, but I’m no longer maintaining Let’s Tag. Take a look at vgmdb’s CDDB access feature. I think it might let you do what you want. I put the link in the post above.

  4. Thanks – But I’ve already read that topic. How am I supposed to work one of those links in the first post into MP3tag, though… ?

  5. You know what, I can’t seem to get Mp3tag to connect to VGMdb’s CDDB server. Looks like an issue with Mp3tag…

    Anyway, take a look at the web source scripts I linked to in the post. They have installation instructions. The scripts add a new VGMdb menu in the Tag Sources menu in Mp3tag and they work really well.

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